A Study on Intercultural Pragmatic Failure and Development of Intercultural Interactive Competence based on International Chinese Education

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Keywords:

international Chinese education; Pragmatic failure; intercultural interactive competence; Strategies.

Abstract

Inter-cultural interaction is prevalent within international Chinese education. However, a variety of factors often lead to cross-cultural pragmatic failure and failed interactions. This article studies the practices of international Chinese education and intercultural interaction failure and its factors, aiming to find out how cognitive psychological factor decides and explore strategies of developing students’ cross-cultural interactive competence to reduce failure.

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Author Biographies

Zhang Peng, College of International Education Hainan Normal University Haikou, Hainan, China 571158

College of International Education
Hainan Normal University
Haikou, Hainan, China 571158

Chao Liwen, College of Humanity and Art Yunnan Technology and Business University Kunming, Yunnan, China 651701

College of Humanity and Art
Yunnan Technology and Business University
Kunming, Yunnan, China 651701

A Study on Intercultural Pragmatic Failure and Development of Intercultural Interactive Competence based on International Chinese Education

Published

2022-11-07

How to Cite

Peng, Z., & Liwen, C. (2022). A Study on Intercultural Pragmatic Failure and Development of Intercultural Interactive Competence based on International Chinese Education. Sinología hispánica. China Studies Review, 14(1), 127–148. Retrieved from https://revistas.unileon.es/index.php/sinologia/article/view/7383